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What causes distracted driving?

We all experience a time when life gets busy, overwhelming and exhausting. This can cause a person to determine ways to cram as much as possible into a day. Multi-tasking can often help with this, and one place when some individuals in Georgia and elsewhere seek to accomplish this is the vehicle. However, multi-tasking while driving is risky, as it leads to distracted driving. Distractions can come in many forms and is the source of many automobile accidents every year.

Seeking compensation after a car crash

When motorists in Georgia and elsewhere get in their vehicles, they do not often think about the potential dangers and hazards associated with driving. For the most part, drivers are focused on the road and getting to where they are going. Unfortunately, the minds of some drivers are on other things. Distractions can occur in the vehicle, causing drivers to take their eyes off the road, hands off the wheel and mind of the task of driving.

Qualifying for SSD benefit for a mental health condition

A sudden injury or illness can set individuals back. This may not be for the short term either, as some medical issues could leave individuals disabled. Because it can be a sudden and shocking event, some are unsure what can be done to address these matters. This is what Social Security disability benefits are designed to do, and could be the very reason individuals living with a disability due to an injury or medical condition are able to meet his or her basic living needs.

Second fatal pedestrian accident in Columbus in 2 months

In Georgia and other states across the nation, motorists and pedestrians can co-exist. Whether it is by vehicle or by foot, individuals find their way to get around. In places where pedestrians frequent, drivers are expected to use caution and uphold his or her duty to drive safely. Unfortunately, when this duty is breached due to distractions, negligence, recklessness or intoxication, this could result in a serious or fatal pedestrian collision.

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